Summary (Brainliest pls!):
It's Christmas Eve 1850, and the melancholy Scrooge finds himself alone at home when he sees before him the ghost of Jacob Marley, his long-time friend, and business partner who died seven years earlier. Marley warns Scrooge that he will repent, even in death, for all the suffering he has caused others, and he has only one chance to escape his fate. He wakes moments before the arrival of the Ghost of Christmas Past, a strange childlike phantom with a brightly glowing head, and he spirit escorts Scrooge on a journey into the past to previous Christmases from the curmudgeon's earlier years like his childhood. The Ghost of Christmas Present, a majestic giant clad in a green fur robe, takes Scrooge through London to unveil Christmas as it will happen that year, and Scrooge watches the large, bustling Cratchit family prepare a miniature feast in its meager home where he discovers Bob Cratchit's crippled son, Tiny Tim, a courageous boy whose kindness and humility warms Scrooge's heart. The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come leads Scrooge through a sequence of mysterious scenes relating to an unnamed man's recent death, and he figured out that it was him and nobody cared that he died. He was happy when a second chance came and became a better person.
A Christmas Carol is a play about a mean-spirited and selfish old man, Ebenezer Scrooge, who hates Christmas. One cold Christmas Eve, Scrooge is unkind to the people who work for him, then refuses to give to charity, and then is rude to his nephew when he invites him to spend Christmas with him.